DEWALT DW3106P5 60-Tooth Crosscutting and 32-Tooth General Purpose 10-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack
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Concord Blades WCB1000T080HP 10-Inch 80 Teeth TCT General Purpose Hard & Soft Wood Saw Blade
Concord Blades WCB1000T080HP 10-Inch 80 Teeth TCT General
This wood cutting carbide saw blade is excellent for general purpose ripping, crosscutting and finishing of various wood materials and products. Thin kerf allows a smooth finish with minimal material waste. Excellent for use in cutting softwoods, hardwoods, plywood, decking, and wood composites.ATB grind2.6mm kerf15 degree hook angle5/8" arbor
- Brand: Concord Blades
- ASIN: B001IB1DUQ
- UPC: 896370001934
FREUD D1090X Circular Saw Blade
FREUD D1090X Circular Saw
The Diablo 10in. 90 Tooth Ultra Fine Circular Saw Blade is a high-performance blade designed for cutting wood and wood composites. It cuts like a hot knife through butter. Features a super-thin laser cut kerf, Perma-Shield nonstick coating, laser-cut stabilizer vents, tri-metal shock-resistant brazing and more. For use on 10in. miter saws and table saws. Arbor Size in. 5/8, Corrosion Resistant Yes, Blades qty. 1, Blade Use Wood, wood composites, Arbor Knockout No, Blade Diameter in. 10, Tip Type Carbide, Tooth Grind Hi-ATB, Engineered Venting Yes, Teeth qty. 90, Blade Speed RPM 7,000. Super-thin laser cut kerf for effortless cutting performance Tico hi-density carbide provides a controlled carbide wear that stays sharper longer Perma-Shield nonstick coating shields the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion Laser-cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration and stabilizes the blade Tri-metal shock-resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact Laser-cut heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up, keeping the cut true and straight
- Brand: Freud
- ASIN: B006GN0ZRI
- UPC: 008925091790
Diabo by Freud D1060X Diablo 10-Inch 60 Tooth Hi-ATB Fine Finish Saw Blade
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Overpeak 10 Inch Circular Saw Blade Fine Finish 60 Tooth Carbide Table Saw Blades with 5/8-Inch Arbor
Overpeak 10 Inch Circular Saw Blade Fine Finish
About Overpeak: A History of Innovative Manufacturing Overpeak Tools CO.,LTD is a manufacturer and marketer of superior diamond tools. Our mission is to exceed customers' expectation by providing quality of products at reasonable prices backed by our outstanding customer service. The OVERPEAK high-performance wood saw blade cuts like a hot knife through butter, smooth&fast and perfect. Our saw blade helps maximize both the accuracy of the cut and the efficiency of your work, so you enjoy a job well done and the ability to complete more tasks in less time. Product Specifications: - Brand Name: OVERPEAK - Diameter: 10" - Machine Use: Miter Saw, Table Saw, Circular Saw - Application: Fine-Finish - Teeth: 60 ATB (Alternate-Top Bevel) - Arbor: 5/8" - DIY Working: woodworkingFeatures: ✔Laser-cut blade plate for true cuts 5/8" arbor with diamond knockout. ✔You can count on it over the long term, OVERPEAK is designed for durability. ✔It leaves a cut so smooth that you would think it was sanded with 600 grit paper. ✔The blade cuts straight and true, there is absolutely no splintering in soft wood, and the cut edge looks like someone polished it. ✔Non-stick Perma-Shield Coating reduces gumming, rusting, and corrosion - ideal for decksUse Guide: 1.Before saw blade installed, pollu...
- Color: Multi
- Brand: Overpeak
- ASIN: B074H19KJP
- UPC: 606719206605
TOMAX 10-Inch 60 Tooth ATB Fine Finish Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor
TOMAX 10-Inch 60 Tooth ATB Fine Finish Saw
Specification - Diameter: 10"(254mm) - Teeth: 60-Tooth ATB - RPM: up to 6000 - Arbor: 5/8 Inch From the Manufacturer TOMAX is a fully integrated enterprise, incorporating technology, research and development, manufacturing and marketing functions. We have over 10 years production experience in circular saw blades, abrasives and diamond tools.
- Color: Silver
- Brand: TOMAX
- ASIN: B01LWPUCE9
- UPC: 712190580490
HICO 10-Inch 80-Tooth ATB Miter Saw Blade Thin Kerf General Purpose Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor for Softwood Hardwood Plywood
HICO 10-Inch 80-Tooth ATB Miter Saw Blade Thin
HICO 10-Inch 80-Tooth ATB Thin Kerf General Purpose Saw Blade About HICO HICO was originally founded in 2000, and specialize in designing and manufacturing high quality tools in the industry.The company owns a unique range of products for woodworking, which include the power tools, lawn & garden tools, universal workbench, and also a full series of spare parts at the professionl level, After over 14 years's operation under the sophisticated management, HICO has not only achieved the leading level in the industry, also gained its reputation of high creativity and reliability. Today, the HICO products have been supplied to numerous customers worldwide, and all well-received by each consumers. Specification - Model: CBW1080 - Diameter: 10" - Machine Use: Miter Saw, Table Saw, Circular Saw - Application: Fine-Finish - Teeth: 80 ATB (Alternate-Top Bevel) - Arbor: 5/8" - Kerf: 0.1" - Hook Angle: 15 degree * Since a special discount will be offered to you for bulk purchasing with Amazon business account according to Amazon policy, we highly suggest you to contact Amazon to register a business account
- Brand: HICO
- ASIN: B01IVNLSQW
- UPC: 713543636987
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